Rumah Makan Minang — One Of The Oldest Indonesian Restaurants in Singapore With Solid Nasi Padang

16 April

If you’re even the slightest fan of nasi padang, Rumah Makan Minang had better be on your list. This Indonesian restaurant along Kandahar Street has been around since the 1980s, serving up amazing Minangkabau dishes since the very beginning. It all started with Mr Haji Marlian, a Sumatra immigrant who started dishing out nasi padang from a wooden stall along the same...

Tanglin Halt Market’s Delicious Duck Noodles with Long Queues Daily From 5am Onwards

2 April

Filled with traditional eats and old-school hawker stalls, Tanglin Halt Market is one for the early-risers, with businesses opening as early as 5am – a possible breakfast option for those who club till late after all the dancing. Apart from the famous Wei Yi Laksa & Prawn Noodles, Delicious Duck Noodles at Tanglin Halt Market is another popular stall that attracts...

Chen Ji Hainanese Chicken Rice — Under-The-Radar Gem in Tanglin Halt Market

1 April

The world of Hainanese chicken rice in Singapore holds fearsome contention. You’ve got people arguing over the superiority of the steamed or roasted version and in the background, another debate is going on about the most important component of the dish — the chicken, the rice or the chili. But for now, let’s just all take a step back and enjoy the dish...

Greenview Cafe At Far East Plaza – Delicious Dry Mee Hoon Kueh and Wok Hei Fried Rice

31 March

Famed for their handmade dry mee hoon kueh, Greenview Cafe at Far East Plaza serves a variety of Asian rice and noodle dishes at affordable prices. Handmade noodles or ban mian is one of our favourite local dishes as it is an economical and a straightforward dish. The soup version is hard to mess up, however, the dry version is usually a hit...

Le Taste — Coffeeshop Stall Serving Fusion Western Food With XL Portions Till 2am

26 March

Cereal mayo chicken cutlets? That’s a first. Le Taste is certainly turning heads with its intriguing creations. This fusion Western stall within Bistro8, a coffeeshop along Foch Road, offers a mix of classic Western fare and playful Asian-inspired variations. They open past midnight, making them a great supper spot for hungry night owls. The kitchen is helmed by James Soh, alongside...

Wei Yi Laksa & Prawn Noodle at Tanglin Halt Market – Just S$3 For A Hearty Meal

25 March

Tanglin Halt Market and Food Centre has to be one of the earliest markets in Singapore to open and close for operations daily. With many stalls ready as early as 5am, the stall owners there have to be awake even before sunrise. This food centre is relatively small with only a single row of hawker stalls. However, there are a handful...

Hainanese Delicacy – The Famous Chicken Rice Eatery At Far East Plaza

21 March

Which is the most important element in your perfect plate of chicken rice? The chicken, the rice or the chilli? For us, it’ll have to be the rice, since it is the reason why we crave for chicken rice. The rice has to be slightly oiled, flavourful, fluffy and most importantly, clump-free. Hainanese Delicacy is one of the most well-known chicken...

Guangzhou Mian Shi Wanton Noodle — Old-Time Wanton Mee Stall That Opens Past 12am

20 March

When we think of local supper foods, prata and maggi mee would probably come to mind. The last thing we’d probably think of is wanton mee. This homely dish is easy to down at any time of the day — morning, afternoon and definitely, at midnight. But unfortunately, most wanton mee stalls in Singapore have their shutters down by 10pm. That...

Millennium Glutinous Rice — Rare Stall In Singapore Selling Sweet & Savoury Glutinous Rice

20 March

You know a dish is endangered when allegedly only two hawker stalls across the whole nation sell it. Overshadowed by more well-known dishes, such as lor mai kai and lotus leaf-wrapped rice, is the sweet and savoury glutinous rice. Savoury glutinous rice was originally a Cantonese delicacy that sees lightly-salted glutinous rice topped with stewed peanuts and wispy fried shallots....

The Headless Baker – New Bakery Stall with Tea Cakes, Loaves & Scones in Ghim Moh Market

19 March

While we were roaming around Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre the other day, we chanced upon The Headless Baker, a 2-month old bakery stall run by a father-daughter duo. They had a small display filled with pretty bakes—including tea cakes, loaves and scones—that enticed us and this is probably one of the best discoveries aside from the old-school stalls...